Left across Border
Immigration is an issue the United States of American has been dealing with for many of years. Several crisis of how to handle large influxes of illegal immigrant crossing the Mexican Border for a better life. Left home Parents in poverty in Mexico City & Guatemala. Send their youth to take the journey alone crossing the border. The teens tell tales of hiding from Border Patrol and dangers they entail caught up in Mexican American War.
Darkness and isolation becomes these adolescence only friends. This quotes summed up ” I take issue with many people’s description of people being Illegal Immigrants. There aren’t any illegal Human Beings as far as I’m concerned.” Dennis Kucinich They fleet their country for peace of mind and hope for a better future.
Left across Border illegal immigration
American crisis has been a dilemma for years. Caught in the middle and often forgotten is the children. Once they arrived in the United States of America. As seen in this video. No one to care for them. Is it fair that Parents should let there kids navigate and make the tough, rugged journey for opportunity here in the states? Imagine a youth unable to speak the native language and force into exile. Scatter and torn you reach for the only friend you known as a baby.
Mexican kids: Illegal Story
Across the border a teenage depression story of a young teens who just wanted to find home. Teenage depression a serious mental illness often goes unnoticed or class as a teen phase by many Parents. Depressed Adolescent will go to any length to cover up their pain. Often times feeling ashamed and will do anything to pretend it’s a perfect world. Left across the Border is Fictional series Book of one such teen. Who incur rejection, isolation for a broken dreams for a better life. These children risk it all left across the border.
Thank you for sharing. The invisible crisis needs to stop, hoping that we can bring awareness and change for these teens.
This sounds like a great book series that would not only teach readers about things outside their experiences, but also teach compassion. Great post.
This is such a sad situation all around. I hate that families feel they have be apart to be able to make ends meet. 🙁
this is great post . this is a sad situation and the crisis will need to stop hoping that we can bring awareness and change for these teens.
It’s sad when kids or teens go through this. I would love to read that book. Such an interesting book to read without a doubt.
You can get free copy Lynndee Let me know.
Wow, that seems so horrible to be left behind. So that this is today’s reality.
It’s so sad that parents can do this to their children. This happens not just in Guatemala and Mexico, but in other parts of the globe, too.
it’s good to know they cover it. That makes you aware to look more carefully if you’re working with youth.
I have heard something about this on Frontline a few months ago. Something needs to be done. Wish we had more funding for these kinds of programs.
Kristen something need to be done for all kids.
It is so depressing to see teens suffer this way. It saddens me that they have to go through horrible experiences. I wish this would stop.
I didn’t even know parents were sending their children across the border. I just wonder how many of them end up being homeschool. That is just terrible. Oh, how I wish this world wasn’t so wrapped up in money and greed. People need love, all of them, not just your immediate family.
Tami, seems like we both have the same vision….Thanks for your support.
I didn’t have any idea they don’t speak about these things on the news the real issues going on in America.
It is amazing what goes on in this world. Things I will never understand, how and why…
I really had no idea this was going on. Thanks for sharing this with us.
Thank you for bringing this back to the forefront. I never thought about the depression issue with these poor children. What an emotional toll this must be having on them.
Tyra, more people need to hear about how these children feel. Thanks for your support.
This is so sad! And we never hear anything about this in the media. Thanks for sharing.
It is really sad for everyone all around. Coming to America is the only way to make life better for their families but then some end up being separated for years.
I really like the fact that you continue to raise awareness about depression, especially among teens. Thanks for another great informative post.
I review sci fi and fantasy novels. This book isn’t either so my comments may not be entirely on the mark.
The girl needs a name. Some of the others in the story need names. Names make stories more immediate. Properly chosen, names also say something about the main character. There needs to be more dialogue and up close and personal action. Even if the book is non fiction, the techniques of fiction enhance the story. In the end, it reads like an extended synopsis.
Thanks for the review & Advice